Pre-labor at 30 Weeks?

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I'm 30 weeks pregnant with a low lying placenta. I've had one previous birth at 35 weeks.

I've been having a lot of backache, low dull constant back pain. The baby is head down and my cervix is soft. I have a lot of pelvic pressure. It's really painful even to walk -- feels like I can barely close my legs and as if she's goin to just pop out.

Trying and trying

My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for a few years now. We have run into problems in the past such as an ovarian tumor where the tumor and an ovary had to be removed. We also are struggling with weight loss to help us conceive. We have just recently started fertility testing. Please feel free to follow our journey on our blog we just started.

my baby girl jaden rose

my name is amanda rose briel i am first time to be mom at the age off 22 and i just wanted everyone to know im having a little girl and her name is jaden rose and she has been a blessing since the first day i concieved her i concieved her the wrong way that dont matter now cuz im 5 months and almost 3 weeks about to go into labor in 3 months everytime i feel her kick i want her to come out of ther

Missed period

Ok I have 2 kids already and I missed my period this week so I took a pregency test and it came back positive and I dont really want to go to the doctor because I know there just going to judge me like they did the last 2 times I got pregent..I told my husband and he dont know what to do I just want to know when should I go to the doctor to verify that I am really pregnant I have been having all k

Trying to Get Pregnant

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